No can do, buddy, I’m on PSN. I suggest adding a single option to your tool set at a time so that you can determine the ins and outs without getting overwhelmed. Next time you play make it a goal to try a specific solution to the problem you are having, say a neutral jump or back dash.
If you do it too often your opponent will punish you for it, if they’re any good, but that is good as it tells you what beats that option. Eventually you should compile a pretty extensive list of options for many situations, who they work against and under what circumstances. Don’t approach shortcomings in your game thinking there will be a one fit solution, you need to build up that matrix of solutions, situations, and match ups. The only universal tactic is BLOCK MORE.
I’ll stress this again, finding yourself in this situation is YOUR shortcoming. Don’t try to make it a negative attribute of your opponent’s game by saying they are spamming throws. Getting over that mindset is the first step to no longer being free.
So this scrub is going to cross you up 3 times in a row? The real scrub is the guy getting crossed up 3 times in a row. Have you tried dashing? All of your normals? What about that air throw, an early jumping lk, blocking?
So blocking worked… but now he is tick throwing you. That doesn’t invalidate blocking, it simply stresses the need for adaptation and the importance of controlling the match, and serves to illustrate how incorrect the “one solution fits all mindset” is.